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U90Ladder - run without admin rights ?

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Hello,

We want to use the U90 ladder software (last version) on a Windows 10 computer, which is integrated in a domain. So the user don't have the administrator rights.

The installation is firstly done with a domain admin account and password, but, after that, the software  is protected and each time we want to start it, the system request the domain admin account to start !

Is it mandatory or is there a solution to avoid this step ?

Thank you for your help.

Kind regards

 

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Hello, Many thanks for your answer but it doesn't work.

Firstly, I had difficulties to copy the new EXE in the folder.

- Downloaded file was unlock

- I gave all the rights in the folder c:\Program files\Unitronics to the user.

- I saved the old version

- I copy the new version

When I start the new version, the system request the admin account and password and after input, the software don't start !

So, I recopy the old version and all returned in the previous state.

 

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Ensure when doing all of this that you check with task manager, each time you try to start the program, that there isn't a stray instance already running.  Sometimes during hiccouphs it can remain running in the background and needs an End Process applied.  This might account for your beep only.

cheers, Aus

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Hello, many thanks for your answers. The problem arrived du to a domain Group GPO rules, which erased local administrator password regularly. With domain administrators, we decided to remove the concerned computers to this rule.

 

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